We had read about Lego Sculptures at the Brookgreen Gardens Zoo. The last time we were at Brookgreen Gardens it was so cold, we did not go to the Zoo
Lon got a Zootopia toy!
Brookgreen Gardens. SO amazingly beautiful. ( I did a little color enhancement, however, it really is this beautiful)
If you look closely you can see two lizards on the dragonfly's nose.
It amazes me that even though this one you can get close to, it is still labeled a piece of art. There were kids trying to break bits off. And their parents were just watching them. I did say something to one kid. His mother glared at me. Lon knows that is not good to break things that are not yours.
This is the signature Lego piece
It is 6 feet tall
Love this turtle.
He was HUGE
As we started moving down the path, a golf cart came up and stopped near the alligators. This could only mean one thing!
They were so lazy they did not really even go after this chickens. They caught a couple, only if they were thrown directly at their mouths. I could not believe the keeper got in the enclosure with them. She did have a prod with her, just in case, but these guys were not moving!
We watched the river otters play for a very long time.
Not only did they have the river enclosure, they had a pool area enclosed so people could watch even more play. There were two more river otters in that area, they could move from area to area. It was so much fun to watch.
We have seen almost all the Legos. Now we are hunting for the last installations!
a close up of the Peacock!
we could hear the turkeys all over the zoo
This one is the smallest
Since it is small, the Lego was in a glass case
Goodbye Brookgreen Gardens!
Till next time.